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Just want to explain my situation... I am currently on disability and have been for 3 year's. I have been recieveing letter's from them since November until now. Each of these letter's state that in order for me to stay on disability, i have to go through the process of re-applying. (medical information;ECT) They send me 2 letter's per month and i have filled them out and returned them, but they are still harassing me. If i qualified for it then with bulging disc disease, what has changed now? The way the economy is i am so fearful of loosing it. I don't know what else to do. If you have any information that can help me please.

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You have to find one or more doctors willing to state that you are not able to do any kind of work at all for the rest of your life to be able to get disability, and your medical record has to support this claim. If you could sit in a chair and hand out movie tickets at a theater, then Social Security does not view you as disabled.

It is not the amount of illnesses or diseases you have that qualify you for disability. It is the inability to work, ever, at any job, permanently that will qualify you for disability.

Many applicants make the error of assuming that if they have enough health problems, they will automatically qualify for disability. As stated previously, it is the inability to work at any job, anywhere, at any time, doing anything that will qualify you for disability.

There are attorneys who specialize in disability cases who will represent you with no fees collected unless you win your case. I would recommend contacting one of these lawyers for assistance.

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